Pigsy, tarleather and fusby and many other words have all been used as synonyms for woman over the centuries. A recent piece in the Daily Telegraph found 124 such words in the Historical Thesaurus of English. My research tells me there are many more than 124. Broad, for instance, is not on the list. A recent post of mine mentioned fussock, kittock and pussock and they are not on the list either (presumably because they refer to certain types of women).
When you look outside of the OED, eg at historical slang dictionaries, you find many many more synonyms of women, usually qualified or whose meaning is limited in some way. Some examples on my list are: bene mort (fine woman), besom (low woman), blue-gown (loose woman), bob-tail (lewd woman), brimstone (violent-tempered woman), bud of promise (young unmarried woman), buttock and tongue (scolding woman). And those are just the Bs. They come from an abridged version of Farmer and Henley’s seven-volume Slang and Its Analogues.